First Impressions

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Juliet Capulet enters with a strong "How now, who calls," (1.3.5). Although we don't hear much from Juliet until line 63, we hear from her Nurse how lovely of a child she is and how long she's been cared for by the Nurse. Based on her reactions to Juliet growing up, they must have had a very good relationship with one another. However, when the notion of marriage comes up, Juliet expresses her feelings of ho
w she hasn't really thought of it. This shows that young Juliet, who is almost 14 which is a prime time to marry, is more of a free spirit. However, Juliet is also obedient and understands that there are boundaries she must comply with. So when her mother asks "Can you like of Paris' love?" Juliet agrees to try.

Juliet is introduced not meeting romeo as I had first thought, but as simply the daughter of Capulet. This establishes her as her own character. Romeo and Juliet are less a single entity than two separate people with their own ideas and opinions. This separation leads to a fatal mis-communication at the end of the book

"Ill look to like, if looking liking move. But no more deep will I endart mine eye Than your consent gives strength to make it fly" (1.4.103-105)

"Then have my lips the sin that they have took" (1.5.119)

"My only love sprung from my only hate! Too early seen unknown, and known too late! Prodigious birth of love it is to me.That I must love a loathed enemy" (1.5.152-155)

I Am What I Say

"My only love sprung from my only hate" (1.5.152)
The only person I love is from the only ones I hate
She fell in love with Romeo a Montague
"Three words, dear Romeo,and good night indeed. If that thy bent of loved be honorable, Thy purpose marriage send me word tomorrow, By one that I'll procure to come of thee, Where and what time thou wilt perform the rite, And all my fortunes as thy foot I'll lay And follow thee my lord throughout the world" (2.2.149-155)
I love you dear Romeo. Goodnight. If the intention of your love is to be honorable. If you purpose marriage send me the word tomorrow. By then I'll want to be with you Where and what time shall we marry? Then I'll lay with you as my fortune and love and follow you as my lord
Juliet loves Romeo dearly and clearly wants to marry him.

Blistered be thy tongue for such a wish! He was
not born to shame.Upon his brow shame is
ashamed to sit, For 'tis a throne where honor
be crowned sole monarch of the universal earth.
O, what a beast was I to chide him! (3.2. 99-104)
You should be ashamed for wishing that!
He should not be shamed. Shame is
embarrassed to sit on his head, for it is
where honor is crowned king of the world.
How awful I am to criticize him.
Juliet regrets being
angry at romeo
and slandering
his name

Ancient damnation, O most wicked fiend! Is it
more sin to wish me thus forsworn Or to dispraise
my lord with that same tongue which she hath
praised him with above compare So many
thousand times?go, counselor. thou and my
bosom henceforth shall be twain. I'll to the friar to
know his remedy. If all else fail, myself have power
to die. (3.5.48-55)
Damn, what a terrible thing. Is it worse that she
want's me married again, or that she disrespects
my husband with the same tongue that praised him
above all others. go, counselor. I will no longer share
my secrets with you. I'll go to the friar to see how he
would sole this problem. If all else fails, i will kill myself
Juliet is angry at nurse because she both
wants her to marry Paris and that she
disrespects romeo. She resolves to no longer
share her secrets with nurse, and leaves
to talk to friar Lawrence for a solution. If he
cannot solve her problem, she will kill herself

O, break my heart ! poor bankrupt break at once! to prison,eyes ne'er ; looked on liberty! Vile to earth resign; end motion here; and thou and romeo press on heavy bier! (3.2.79-82)
O,break my heart poor heart just break now a persons eyes who is in prison has never looked so hard on liberty had never looked so hard on liberty horrible earth please just stop moving so fast and end all life so romeo and i lay dead.
Juliet is just showing how she is jumping to conclusions, and that she is really worried about her husband Romeo. this shows how she is impatient and when she jumps to conclusions she jumps to them. She is yet again showing that she would rather die then to live a life without Romeo.

"Shall i speak ill of him that is my husband? Ah poor my lord what tongue shall smooth thy name when i thy three hours wife have mangled it? but wherefore villain didst thou kill my cousin? That villain cousin would have kill'd my husband: back foolish tears back to your native spring your tributary drops belong to woe which you mistaking offer up to joy My husband lives that Tybalt's would have slain and Tybalt's dead that would have slain my husband." (3.2.121-151)
Should I speak ill of my husband?oh poor me please my lord with what tongue shall I speak of my husband when I have been his wife for three hours. But why did he kill my cousin? but then again my cousin would have killed my husband. Tears come back to my eyeballs where you came from and instead cry tears of joy since my husband is alive and my cousin who would have killed him is now dead.
Juliet yet again is jumping to conclusions and she is taking everything or thinking to fast and irrationally in the whole book she is just moving and doing everything really fast without thinking. she was first mad at Romeo for killing her cousin but then after she thought about it well she realized with a little thought that her vary same cousin would have killer her love of her life, and then takes back everything she says.
My ears have not yet drunk a hundred words
Of that tongue's utterance, yet I know the sound:
Art thou not Romeo and a Montague?
I haven't heard him say a hundred words
But I know the sound of his voice:
Are you Romeo of the Montague Family?
Juliet has just been surprised by Romeo in the garden, and she thinks he's a random boy come to spy on her. When he speaks again she realizes by his voice that it is really Romeo.

Summary Of Where Juliet Appears

Act 1, Scene 3

  • Nurse tells a long story about how, as a child, an uncomprehending Juliet became an innocent accomplice to a sexual joke.
  • Juliet is asked by her mother ( Lady Capulet) what she thinks about marriage
  • Juliet must start to think about marriage because the “valiant Paris” has expressed an interest in her (1.3.76)
  • Juliet tells her mother, during the feast, she will look at Paris and see if she loves him
  • Capulet tells Paris that he must wait two years before he could marry Juliet. He also tells him that he will not push for it, that Juliet can choose who she wishes to marry

Act 1, Scene 5

  • Romeo (a Montague) at the party sees Juliet at the feast.
  • Romeo approaches Juliet and kisses her
  • They kiss for a second time being interrupted by Juliet' Nurse who sends Juliet away
  • Romeo asks the Nurse who the "girl" was he had kissed. The nurse explains to Romeo that the "girl" was the Capulet's daughter
  • Juliet, who is already in love with the man she has kissed, ask the nurse to find the identity of the man
  • The nurse tells Juliet that his name is Romeo he is an Montague, the son of your families enemies. This upsets Juliet ("My only love sprung from my only hate")

Act 2, Scene 2

  • Romeo wondering around the Capulet backyard talking to himself not realizing Juliet is there
  • Juliet appears of her balcony ("Oh Romeo Oh Romeo wherefore art thou Romeo")
  • Romeo calls out to Juliet on her balcony
  • The beginning of the balcony scene- Romeo and Juliet share a kiss, Juliet then brings up marriage for the next day

Act 2, Scene 3

  • Romeo goes to Friar Lawrence and asks can he marry him and Juliet
  • Friar Lawrence agrees and also thinks the marriage might reconcile the two families

Act 2, Scene 5

  • Juliet is told by the nurse who is told by Romeo that she will need to find a excuse and come to Friar Lawrence; Church the next day where she will get married
  • The nurse also tells Juliet to fetch a ladder for Romeo to climb up so they can spend their night together

Act 2, Scene 6

  • Juliet rushes into the church
  • Romeo and Juliet barely keeping their lovebird hands off each other even while the priest is present
  • Friar Lawrence hurries to marry the two

Act 3, Scene 2

  • Juliet waiting patiently for Romeo to arrive
  • The nurse arrives, Juliet begins to think that Romeo has been killed
  • The nurse explains to Juliet that Romeo wasn't the one killed he was the one doing the killing. Romeo had killed Tybalt (Juliet' cousin)
  • The nurse also tells Juliet that Romeo has been vanished from Verona
  • The nurse seeing that Juliet is devastated she promises that she will find Romeo once again so that he could say goodbye

Act 3, Scene 3

  • Friar Lawrence comes up with a plan that lets Romeo see Juliet one last time before he must leave Verona. He then states he will figure out a way for Romeo to get pardoned by the prince and to come back to be with Juliet

Act 3, Scene 4

  • Juliet' grief for Tybalt (and he husband Romeo) seemed to be so extreme to her father that he has changed his mind about her waiting a few years to be married.
  • Capulet asks Paris if he would be willing to marry Juliet on Thursday, Paris agrees.
  • He then says it would be better to be on Wednesday, and Paris also agrees to Wednesday

Act 3, Scene 5

  • Romeo and Juliet have just spent their first night together. They dont want to say goodbye to each other but they know Romeo will be killed if the don't
  • Lady Capulet and Juliet trade words about Romeo. Lady Capulet misinterpreting everything
  • Lady Capulet announces to Juliet that she will be married in 2 days to Paris
  • Juliet says that she will not marry Paris under any circumstances.
  • Lady Capulet shocked by Juliet tells her to wait till her father gets home and to tell him that
  • Lord Capulet says that if Juliet doesn't marry Paris he will throw her out and she would have to beg for food on the streets or just starve
  • Juliet shocked that even the nurse is against her thinks of going to Friar Lawrence, but if he cant help her, her only other option may be suicide

Act 4, Scene 1

  • Juliet rushes to Friar Lawrence's Church not knowing Paris is the making plans for the marriage
  • Paris realizes he is unwanted there and leaves, but before leaving he gives Juliet a unwanted and unasked for kiss
  • Juliet tells Friar Lawrence that she will kill herself if he can't think of a way to help her avoid marrying Paris
  • Friar Lawrence tells Juliet about his idea of her drinking a potion that will make her appear dead for 42 hours
  • Juliet' family will think she is dead and put her in a tomb and prepare for her funeral. While in the tomb Romeo will have received a letter telling him about the plan. Romeo will go and get Juliet and take her to Mantua where they will live happily ever after
  • Juliet understands it is very risking but she still agrees to drink the potion

Act 4, Scene 2

  • Juliet goes home, apologizing to her father for being disrespectful and says that she will marry Paris
  • Lord Capulet is so excited he moves the marriage up to tomorrow and stays up all night preparing

Act 4, Scene 3

  • Juliet convinces the nurse and her mother to leave her alone in her bedroom
  • For a brief moment she wonders if the potion may be real
  • She scares herself thinking about if Romeo doesn't come and she wakes up around dead bodies including the fresh corpse of her cousin Tybalt
  • She takes the potion and is sure to fall on her bed and not awkwardly on the floor

Act 4, Scene 4

  • Everyone cheerfully getting ready for the wedding that morning
  • No one has realized that Juliet has stopped breathing

Act 4, Scene 5

  • The nurse discovers Juliet is "dead" when she enter that morning to wake Juliet
  • Friar Lawrence shows up and tells the family that now Juliet is in a better place and to not be sad. He tells the Capulet's to take Juliet to the tomb and to prepare for a funeral now instead of a marriage

Act 5, Scene 1

  • Romeo's servant Balthasar comes to give Romeo bad news
  • Romeo is told Juliet is now dead
  • Romeo ask if there is any message from Friar Lawrence but sadly their isn't
  • Romeo thinks that the only thing he can do is to by a poison and to commit suicide at Juliet' grave
  • Romeo heads to Verona

Act 5, Scene 2

  • Friar Lawrence wonders why Romeo did not get his message from Friar John.
  • Friar John didn't make it because he was quarantined for plague
  • Friar Lawrence gets a bad feeling about his plan when Friar John comes back still with the letter
  • Friar Lawrence goes to the tomb thinking he will have to wake Juliet himself and take her

Act 5, Scene 3

  • Romeo arrives but Paris is already there tossing flowers to towards the tomb
  • Paris looks at Romeo as being suspicious with tomb breaking tools
  • Paris tries to arrest Romeo
  • Romeo and Paris fight, with Romeo ending up killing Paris
  • Romeo kisses his "dead" wife Juliet, and drink the poison and dies next to his wife
  • The Friar enters seeing Romeo has killed himself, shortly after Juliet awakes
  • The Friar tells Juliet she should run away but she refuses
  • Juliet kisses her dead Romeo and realizes she missed him by a matter of moments
  • She picks up the poison bottle Romeo has and tries to drink the rest, but none is left. She then grabs the dagger out of his hand and stabs herself
  • The Prince, Capulet's, and Montague's crowd and see that Romeo and Juliet are both dead next to each other
  • The Prince's guards get the Friar, he tells the whole story and that Romeo and Juliet are married
  • Lord Capulet and Lord Montague both swear to end the family feud and to build statues to commemorate each other's child
  • Prince says that some involved in Romeo and Juliet' death will be pardoned and others will be punished

Final Assignment

I saw him once

Then he was gone
We were like dreamers at night
Who meet as in a trance, then part again!
Two phantoms in the shadows of the moon
Can people really fall in love so soon?
He walked alone
He seemed alone like me
Could he have known
That moment was my destiny?
I had to run away, and it was like a dream

I saw him once
The dream was true

I saw him once,And once will do!